The Sunlight doesn’t do “regular” reverb. Its three reverb algorithms are unique and each has the ability to react dynamically to your performance and to freeze the reverb trails when the player stops playing.
Each of the three modes, selectable via a toggle switch, adds to the reverb different extra effects:
• Tape Mode applies a wobbling vibrato
• Comb Mode adds stacked resonant delays
• Pass Mode gives you random step filtering
Decay is the only reverb-related knob here, while the Rate and Depth knobs are mode-dependent, controlling the parameters of the non-reverb effect. A useful Mix knob allows reintegrating the clean signal to taste.
The Expression input allows control over Input, Decay, Rate, and Depth parameters, while an Alt footswitch lets you quickly snap to a particular knob setting.
The Old Blood Noise Sunlight Dynamic Reverb is a pedal that requires and invites exploration. You can get a pretty good idea of what it can do from the videos below.
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Playing on the relationship between pedal and player, input and output, OBNE presents Sunlight dynamically held reverb. Sunlight features three new reverb algorithms unique to the OBNE lineup, each with the added ability to freeze the reverb trails when the player stops playing.
Input knob for dynamic sensitivity and Decay knob for reverb feedback to create enveloping infinite reverb
Tape, Comb, and Pass modes to apply wobbling vibrato, stacked resonant delays, or random step filtering to the reverb
Rate and Depth controls specific to each mode
Expression control over Input, Decay, Rate, and Depth parameters
Alt footswitch to quickly snap to a particular knob setting
Soft-touch switching with true relay bypass
Requires at least 80mA 9VDC center negative power